Actress Tea Leoni Has Gone Public With Her Budding Romance With Tv Co-star Tim Daly By Walking The Red Carpet As A Couple At The White House Correspondents' Dinner In Washington, D.c. On Saturday (25apr15).
The Madam Secretary co-stars play husband and wife on the U.S. political drama series and their onscreen chemistry spilled over into real life in December (14), when they started dating offscreen.
Leoni and Daly play an onscreen couple in the new series, and they have taken the relationship offscreen, according to E! News.
A source tells the website that the romance is "relatively new".
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Sheryl Crow will compose the music and lyrics for new Broadway show 'Diner' based on the 1982 movie starring Kevin Bacon.
Sheryl Crow will compose the music and lyrics for new Broadway show 'Diner'.
The 'All I Wanna Do' hitmaker has announced plans to work on the musical adaptation of the 1982 movie with Academy Award winning screenwriter Barry Levinson, who wrote the original script and Tony Award-winning director-and-choreographer Kathleen Marshall.
She said: "I was already a huge fan of 'Diner' when Barry first approached me about writing a score for a theatrical re-telling of his film. I knew exactly who these men and women were and I feverishly began writing. Writing the score for 'Diner' has been the most challenging and fulfilling experience of my career. I have always been a devotee and student of musical theatre, and I am very excited to be making this Journey with Barry and Kathleen."
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Producer/director Barry Levinson takes a look at the convergence of celebrity and politics in the documentary Poliwood ,which airs tonight (Monday) on Showtime. Featured in the film is a raft of Hollywood celebrities, including Susan Sarandon, Spike Lee, Ellen Burstyn, Tim Daly, Anne Hathaway and the late Ron Silver. Levinson, a celebrity in his own right with films such as Rain Man and the political satire Wag the Dog and with TV shows like Homicide Life on the Street and Oz , attempts to show not only what happens when celebrities come together with politicians but also with ordinary folks. Most critics suggest that the result is confusing. Boston Herald critic Mark A. Perigard says that Levinson's documentary is simply too simplistic. Levinson, he notes, calls his film an "essay." That, says Perigard, is "like calling the back of a cereal box a novel." The Wall Street Journal 's Dorothy Rabinowitz comments that Levinson presents "a tonnage of vague pronouncements." Ellen Gray in the Philadelphia Daily News remarks that "for all the eye-rolling that goes on as noncelebrities weigh in on what they believe is Hollywood's undue influence, Poliwood doesn't pack much of a punch." And Alessandra Stanley concludes in the New York Times " Poliwood feeds our prurient fascination with celebrities' fascination with politics, but Mr. Levinson's thesis is undermined by an election process that he bemoaned but didn't film."
Continue reading: Tv Reviews Poliwood
Former FRIENDS star Lisa Kudrow has been offered the chance to return to a surefire TV hit after failing to make waves as a struggling actress.
The beloved star, who played PHOEBE in the hit sitcom, has been slated to star alongside Kate Walsh in the new GREY'S ANATOMY spin-off.
Kudrow, whose first post-Friends show, THE COMEBACK, was a flop, lasting only a season, will play a quirky doctor on the new TV drama, according to US sources.
Taye Diggs and Tim Daly are also signed to star in the new medical show.
LATEST: WINGS star Tim Daly has been signed up to guest star in the forthcoming GREY'S ANATOMY spin-off pilot episode.
The actor will appear alongside PRISON BREAK's Paul Adelstein, who has also been cast in the two-hour show which will centre around Kate Walsh's character DR ADDISON MONTGOMERY-SHEPHERD.
Last month (FEB07), ABC confirmed plans for the new show, but declined to comment on the plot line and title of the spin-off.
The pilot episode, penned by Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes, is set to air in May (07).
The Associate is boilerplate Tootsie, lifting the entire plot structure from Dorothy's television world and dropping it on Wall Street, where Whoopi Goldberg finds herself forced to impersonate a man (named Cutty after Cutty Sark scotch) in order to be taken seriously.
Continue reading: The Associate Review
The one-joke premise is this: seven friends in New York basically live their lives without ever really meeting. Instead, they talk on the phone. Dates are set, parties are planned, sex is had, even children are born -- but no one is there, in the physical sense.
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Scheduled to open last year, Against the Ropes is inspired by the life of boxing promoter Jackie Kallen (Meg Ryan). When we first meet Kallen, her career is going nowhere. She's stuck working for a Cleveland arena executive, who treats her like a nicer version of Kevin Spacey in Swimming with Sharks.
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A Hollywood-slick military mystery-thriller packed with over-scripted, less than cogent twists, "Basic" is so full of cheap red herrings that watching it feels like gorging on a Long John Silver's all-you-can-eat buffet.
John Travolta stars as Tom Hardy, a cocky ex-Army Ranger turned possibly crooked DEA agent who is tapped by his former commander (Tim Daly) to interrogate survivors of a live-fire Special Forces training mission which went so badly awry that none of the survivors will talk about it with on-post investigators.
Of the nine soldiers that went into the Panama jungle during a hurricane under the command of hated, mercilessly hard-driving, order-barking Sgt. Nathan West (a perfectly cast Samuel L. Jackson), it seems only two came back alive. Everyone else, including the sergeant, was killed in either a friendly-fire accident or a heated showdown over command structure, West's psychological abuse and a possible drug-use cover-up.
Continue reading: Basic Review
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